Danfoss Coolselector®2 makes designing and optimizing refrigeration systems fast and easy

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Danfoss Coolselector®2 makes designing refrigeration systems

Danfoss Coolselector®2 makes designing and optimizing refrigeration systems fast and easy

By: Danfoss

Coolselector®2 is the free, fully customizable refrigeration components calculator from Danfoss.

With Coolselector®2, users can simulate, calculate, and optimize the performance of refrigeration systems by specifying the refrigerant and thermal and load conditions. Featuring a user-friendly interface, Coolselector®2 allows users to adjust and optimize the selection and specification of individually selectable components.

With user-provided data, Coolselect®2 calculates the performance and the energy consumption of the system, including complex systems such as transcritical CO2, multi ejector, and ammonia systems.

Designing new systems is not just time-consuming, it often leads to unnecessary over-dimensioning of lines, components, and refrigerant charges. By simulating a system’s performance under several conditions, Coolselector®2 helps select the optimal charge, controls, compressors, evaporators, condensers, and pipe sizes, helping users save money when designing a new HVACR system.

Coolselector®2 is essential for engineers, consultants, and system designers working in the refrigeration and airconditioning industry by allowing cooling professionals to compare and analyze the performance of individual components or a complete line of components depending on different conditions.

This ability to essentially see into the future before building a system will save cooling professionals valuable time and capital while offering vital information for future product-development without the difficulty of product or comparative testing, vastly expediting the time new products take to get to market.

Danfoss Coolselector App IconTo download Coolselector®2, visit https://www.danfoss.com/en-us/service-and-support/downloads/dcs/coolselector-2/.

 

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